Hulu Debuts Horror Shorts From Rising Indie Filmmakers For Its Huluween Film Fest

It’s October, which means deliciously dark Halloween-themed programming is heading every TV channel and streaming platform.

For Hulu, that means major premieres of festival hits like “Little Monsters,” starring Lupita Nyong’o and “Wounds,” featuring Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson, and Zazie Beetz.

The streamer is also premiering thrilling fare from its Originals slate, including new seasons of its popular series “Castle Rock,” “Light as a Feather,” and “Into the Dark,” and will also highlight Halloween episodes from its immense catalog of TV sitcoms throughout the month.

Most important for indie filmmakers, however, it Hulu’s annual Halloween film contest, known as the Huluween Film Fest.For the second year, Hulu is releasing seven new horror shorts from up-and-coming indie filmmakers exclusively on its site.

Collaboratively curated with the Sundance Institute, the short films include new work from Jennifer Reeder, Calvin Reeder, Chelsea Lupkin, Joshua Erkman, Meredith Alloway, Elaine Mongeon,

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